# Logical thinking development Worksheets for Ages 4-7

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## Comparing Solutions Worksheet

Juan can't get his veg garden growing as he'd like, planted on a steep hill. Help your child practice problem-solving by comparing solutions and rating them from most to least effective. With this thought-provoking worksheet, learners can hone the important skill of finding the best solution from a range of options.
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## Beaver Pond: Comparing Solutions Worksheet

Got a problem? This science worksheet is great for helping your child compare solutions and pick the best one. Kids get to rate each option's effectiveness by ticking off boxes, from most to least. It's a great way to encourage problem-solving skills, while having fun!
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## Match the Word Problems Worksheet

Read this word problem to your kids: Help them understand how it can be translated into a number problem. Trace the dotted lines to see how each picture and number sentence match the problem. With this worksheet, you can show your kids how easy it is to transform a word problem into a number problem.
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## What Is a Stalemate? Worksheet

Chess is an ideal way to develop logic, strategizing, problem-solving and more! Even kids can learn it. With this worksheet, children can learn about draws and stalemates. Sample boards will help them decide which team, black or white, is at a stalemate.
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## Grocery Store Fun! Worksheet

Let your kids have fun with this store worksheet. It requires them to help the owner by subtracting what she has sold from the original amount to figure out how much is left. Have them read and solve the equations in the printout to give the store owner the answer.
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## Find the Last! Worksheet

Teach young students about sequence words with this free worksheet. Have them look at sets of people or objects and choose the one that is last. Engage them further by having them describe or act out their day, and what happens last? Enjoy this printout and have fun!
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## Kindness Maze Worksheet

Rewards come in many forms for kind deeds. When your children do good, you can choose to reward them with a gift or compliment. The students in this worksheet have been awarded the Good Citizen Award for kindness. Let your kids help the students find their way to the award - at the center of the maze. Guide them through to get their prize.
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## Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet

Explain to your students: when objects are blown by wind, they will move in the opposite direction. In the worksheet, there are pictures of wind sources and objects being blown by the wind. Ask your child to identify and check the direction each object will move.
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## Chess Pieces Math Worksheet

Chess involves math! Each piece has its own value, from the king (worth the entire game) to the queen (9 points), varying according to their power and role. In the worksheet, your child must use these values to solve the equations at the bottom.
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## Setting up the Chessboard: Part 1 Worksheet

Teach your child the starting positions of the black and white armies on the chessboard. Black pieces are placed on ranks 7 and 8, and white pieces on ranks 1 and 2. Have them check the highlighted boxes on the chessboard to make sure they know the correct pieces to start with.
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## Tricky Problems Worksheet: Part 2

Help your little math learner visualize number stories with this engaging worksheet. They'll connect pictures to the story and use math facts to find the sums. After that, they'll be able to identify the correct number sentences to match. Let them practice and get better at problem solving!
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## Using Number Sentences to Solve Problems Worksheet

Solving math problems requires an efficient strategy. Picture representation can help young mathematicians with basic addition problems, especially when it involves repeated addends. As they gain confidence, they'll be able to apply their number sentence solving abilities to more complex equations.
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## Subtraction Robot Sorter Worksheet

Help your child learn essential math skills with robot friends! Look at function machines and find if the rule is minus 3 or minus 6. Trace the dotted line to the robot with the correct rule when the pattern is found. Simple and delightful!
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## Football Math Worksheet

It uses football-themed data to compare teammates' touchdowns. Perfect for motivating your child and helping them learn to read graphs in a fun way! Motivate your child to learn to read graphs with this fun and sporty picture graph worksheet! Football-themed data is used to compare teammates and their touchdowns, sure to delight your little sports fan. Perfect for teaching data analysis in an engaging way!
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## Math Puzzle Worksheet

Kids will use their math skills to help the frog get through the maze by selecting the larger stones. Perfect for kindergarteners, it develops the ability to identify size differences.
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